THE HOME OF HEMP SINCE 1995
This mens organic t-shirt is made with hemp and cotton from sustainable and ethical sources.
Featuring a striped nautical pattern, this eco-friendly t-shirt is made using hemp and organic cotton to provide superior comfort and durability.
Hemp has many natural features that make it perfect for clothing. Hemp is moisture-wicking, meaning that it efficiently removes sweat and dampness from the surface of the skin and wicks it away, keeping you dry and comfortable. It also has thermodynamic properties, it works to keep you cool in the heat and warm in the cold. It is skin-friendly, the fabric is antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial so you can be sure it will keep you fresh all day. Hemp is also the strongest natural plant fibre, with 3x the durability of cotton so your hemp t-shirt will last longer than a 100% cotton alternative.
This t-shirt is kind to the environment and is climate-friendly. Hemp absorbs more CO2 than any other crop or forest and absolutely no chemicals are used in growing the hemp or organic cotton in this sustainable t-shirt. Hemp uses around 4x less water than cotton, so choosing a t-shirt with hemp in it helps to save water, prevent soil erosion and improve soil quality. Hemp's durability means that you won't need to replace your clothing as often as cotton, reducing your carbon footprint.
This organic t-shirt for men is made with workers rights in mind. The production facility where this ethical t-shirt is produced has high standards for working conditions. The facility guarantees that there is no discrimination, no exploitative labour, no excessive working hours, 20% higher wages than the local average, and generally humane working conditions.
Care: machine wash at 30°c
Packed Weights: 165g, 180g, 190g, 200g, 210g.
|Packaging Type||100% Recyclable|
|Classifications||100% Natural, 100% Organic, Breathable, Colourfast, Eco World, Pre-shrunk, UV Safe|
Material Composition: 55% Hemp 45% Organic Cotton
Packaged in a garment bag made from recyclable polypropylene (unfortunately, this is not typically accepted through kerbside recycling but can often be taken to a local collection point. The good news is that many supermarkets and shops now offer this service. Find your closest recycling point here).